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>> the fbi is investigating how hillary clinton put the office of secretary of state s up for sale in violation ofer law. >> he has spent hess entire campaign offering a dog whistle to his most hateful supporters. >> the nation heads to the polls in just four days, but could real action on election day be all about cyber chaos? >> a south carolina woman missing since august is found alive, chained inside a container like a dog. a registered sex offender has been taken into custody.
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an investigation into a lewd behavior. a ticker tape parade. chicago continues a celebration over a century in the making. "early today" starts right now. good friday morning, everyone, i'm ayman mohyeldin. >> i'm frances rivera. just four days to the election, both candidates are trying to make the race donald trump seizing on a now defunct report saying clinton could be indicted for her family foundation. >> the fbi is investigating how hillary clinton put the office of secretary of state up for sale in violation of federal law. it was reported that an avalanche of information is coming in. the fbi agents say their
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an dime. >> law enforcement officials tell nbc news after taking a look at the clinton foundation the case has not noefrd iforwar months. those allegationles come as clinton made an appeal against trump. >> he has spent this entire campaign offering a dog whistle to his mt he retweets white supreme sifts and spreads racially tingeed conspiracy theories. just a few days ago, donald trump was endorsed by the official newspaper of the klu klux klan. do any of us have a place in trump's america? >> and as clinton hammers away on trump for his white
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these words for grand wizard david duke during a radio interview. >> struch for his part had a healthy roster of surrogates including wife melania and daughter ivanka. an interesting moment, melania under cut her own social media habits by telling the crowd this. >> i do worry about all of our children. as we know, now social media is the centerpiece of our live, but like anything that is powerful, it can have a bad side. we have seen this already.
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and too rough. >> meanwhile, clinton had president obama stumping for her in the battleground state of florida. his third vis it there in as many days as he lobbies for clinton at a breakneck pace. he warned of trump's temperament mocking him for his new found disapproval of "saturday night live." >> you even have a republican senator saying you cannot afford to give the nuclear codes to somebody. anybody "saturday night live" skit, you don't want in charge of nuclear weapons. i mean, that's the thing that bothers you and you want to be president of the united states? come on, man. >> and this morning, nearly 33 million voters have already cast early ballots with democrats holding an edge in battleground states, like colorado, wisconsin and ohio.
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pennsylvania and georgia. and a trio of polls show trump holding an advantage in the lively republican states of arizona and texas while running neck and neck in texas and georgia. a search for a missing man after his girlfriend was found alive chained like a dog inside a metal storm container. the couple went missing in august. people in spartanburg, south, carolina, received a tip about a sex crime. loud banging coming from a container. that's where they found 30-year-old kayla brown. >> she's alive and well. and she is obviously traumatized. she told us she had been locked in that container for two months. >> the land owner and registered sex offender is in custody, this morning, they will search for her boyfriend whose car was
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likely four bodies are buried there. so far none have been recovered. howard university cancelled the rest of the soccer as they found out they were recruiting them sexual positions and nicknames. students found the behavior unacceptable. some empathize with their classmates. >> it's a tough issue the guys on the team are our friend we know and care about. there is nothiou whether it's producing for a detriment of character. i think hopefully it will be learned. >> the men's soccer team had been if first place in the ivy league and will forfeit any chance in an ncaa tournament bid. right now, civilians in aleppo are being warned that a humanitarian pause is their last chance to escape before what one syrian fighter tells nbc news
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effect right now until 7:00 p.m. local time and asks rebels to leave. this comes after the kremlin extends a moratorium on airstrikes friday night. critics say the window isn't long enough to bring aide to those in need or looking to escape. fighters have refused to withdraw. just ahead, a preview of today's big ticker tape parade for the chicago cubs, still getting used to saying fantastic weekend forecast in the works. how is it looking? >> this is almost a ten out of ten. temperatures continue to soar. every temperature this time of year is 48 degrees in minneapolis. in the mid-60s all weekend long, temperatures are very mild. a little bit of rain out there today. in areas of new mexico. we go into saturday's forecast, great up and down the east coast. new england has afternoons that will be all right.
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texas. temperatures continue, to be more like early october. that's a look at the big weather story of the day, now, here's a closer look at the day ahead. we're not seeing any record high temperatures during the day. we have a chance, new orleans 86 degrees. we are close to a record high. we have cooled off in alabama and georgia. still way above average. of course, the election day forecast the all important election day forecast coming up. >> bill, thank you, look forward should we be bracing ourselves for voter day chaos? an nbc investigation says sources are deeply concerned and preparing for some sort of cyber chaos. more on those details in two minutes. e it knew an ordinary tissue was near. the fiery tissue left her nose sore and red. so dad slayed the problem with puffs plus lotion, instead. puffs have pillowy softness for dakota's tender nose.
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making them stand in front of a full glare of headlights. police say the habit is dangerous and can educate offenders. but i bought the to say that it sound dangerous to have that much. >> i have to hear from a doctor to see how that can actually hurt your eyes. deep concern with the nation intelligence servicesr all of this on the way to clinton and trump. cyber attacks could throw the entire election into chaos. nbc's cynthia mcfadden brings us the details. officials in the military and intelligence community tell nbc news, the u.s. government is gaerg up to protect the country on election day. according to multiple
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about and preparing for some sort of cyber chaos next week. former officials say an attack on infrastructure, including the u.s. power grid is one of three worst case concerns. one highly placed intelligence source told nbc news, your vote is safe. you just might not have any lights. also on the worry list, a large scale denial of service. in other words, part of the internet goes down or a cyber and transportation in swing states, but intelligence sources and a senior obama national security official tell nbc news, they believe a more likely scenario is hackers from russia or elsewhere will try to manipulate twitter, facebook and other social media platforms to sell confusion and chaos.
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documents implicateing candidates without time to be fact checked. it isn't just the russian, multiple intelligence and law enforcement officials tell nbc news the concern is just as much about non-state actors, hackers, political activists and criminal mischief makers. while multiple officials tell nbc they have no specific warning about an attack, they say the sophisticated disruption are a rehearsal for the real thing the activity that occurred has definitely been seen by many in the cyber world as a drill in association with a real event that had all the signs of what you would consider a drill to be. >> reporter: intelligence sources tell npc news the united states found red lynnes through
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seriously any cyber attack would be viewed by the u.s. >> we should note bell jens sources say it's highly unlikely vote tallies on election day can be tampered with. >> just ahead, tightening polls are creating major jitters on wall street.
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fast forwarding, in chicago they hold a ticker tape for a world series win. 40 million viewers, five.5 million more than this year's oscars, here's nbc's kevin tibbles on the historic win. >> 11:47 p.m. central time. the exact moment pigs flew and hell froze over and the chicago 108 years in the making, it took extra inning, the often called lovable losers did finally win. delivery has die hards like actor phil murray dance while tens of thousands took to the streets t. champs got back to town just before dawn.
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never know what it's like around here since 1908. the chicago cub, 2016, world series champs. it's got an unfamiliar ring to it. kevin tibbles, nbc news. chicago. >> over and over again. >> it's hard to imagine, but it's true, folks. >> the landmark paris agreement, so far 94 of 195 countries have ratified the agreement, which ek as later today, an effort to suppress votes. campaign ads popping up on twitter that encourage people to vote by texting. >> right. an american institution is being purchased by the chinese, those tightening russian polls have triggered market jitters for investors. >> good morning, lisa. >> if i can make sense. if you can makes sense at the moment. the polls say one thing the
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way. we learned via the brexit vote anything can happen, even at the last minute. that's what you are seeing with the polls narrowing or flip-flopping. a lot of people are repositioning because the market had been positioned for a hillary win. it's not so clear cut any longer. the markets opened down in new york, they were down in asia overnight. most of them t. chinese wonder group are buying dig clark productions, they produce the miss america global music awards. some lawmakers say we need to toughen inspections into u.s. companies, they're worried about the creativity e iviivity stifl. mcdonald's is launching the macjunior and the grandmac as well. it's a limited time. it starts early next year.
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>> well, an arc sue is voter is speaking up after a misspelling made its way to the ballot. they have an extra i in hillary, which the voter believes was intentional in order to include the word liar in clinton's name t. voter claims her concerns were actually ignored at the county clerk's office. >> yeah we know, we don't really think many people will vote for her. so we can't fix it. >> now, so privately the ballots have to be approved before going to print, but the election commission says it was an honest mistake. >> i'm sorry that she's upset. nothing was done. i can assure her to cause a defamation of hillary's name. >> now the commission says it is
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they don't believe it will cause any vote losses for clinton. it's a little interesting thing, with all these accusation of voter fraud and rigging, it's interesting to see this one has already emerged. >> and the i. >> the critical word, totally. >> let's take a look at this year, especially when it comes to oprah! >> it's time again for our favorite things. >> that's cute. >> these are gr >> you know the power of oprah's favorite things, some of the items are pricey. it includes a $395 personalized dog blanket and picture frame and a $160 flower cake among other things. it's the power of oprah. >> it should be picked up for affordable things. this is "essential today." more "stay" per roll.
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>> this is 7news now. >> sarah: good morning, everybody. 7news "today in new england" starts in just a few minutes. here are some stories we're working on. breaking overnight, police are investigating after two students were hit by a car in dartmouth. investigators say the car struck the 19 year old and 21 year old at an intersection near the umass dartmouth campus. on just one station. a man accused of robbing a bakery in brookline taken into custody late last night. today he'll face a judge. and a dad is facing charges after a dangerous discovery in lowell. police say an eight-year-old boy brought a handgun to class. this morning parents are demanding answers. and today is the last day the cast your ballot for early voting in massachusetts. officials say the first year voters could vote early turned
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we're breaking down those numbers. all right. let's send it over the chris lambert with a check of your forecast on this friday morning. hey, chris. >> chris: good morning, everyone. a little cooler out there, but not bad by early november standards. 38 in boston. 42 in plymouth. we have a breeze in boston. once the front swings on through, we'll kick up the wind at times this afternoon, gusting 20 to 25mph. but we have returning sunshine through the day. do expect cloud cover through the should see a little more in the way of sunshine here in the afternoon. burlington, vermont, at 43. we're in the talking frigid stuff by early november standards, but it's an indication of the atmosphere that will be cooler as we end the week and head into the weekend. pretty good afternoon ahead of us. we do expect more clouds to mix in at times this weekend. especially mid-morning through
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isolated sprinkle that tries to get going, but the weekend does feature mainly fine weather. overall the forecast looking pretty good this afternoon. 56 in boston. 50 in worcester. 46 in jaffrey, new hampshire. get, an active breeze. especially towns close to the mass pike and south, notably cooler versus what we had yesterday, but all in all it does look good. cool weekend forecast. temperatures a couple degrees either side of 50. mainly dry forect. weekend. even much of next week. more on that seven-day forecast as "today in new england" starts right now. >> kris: now at 5:00, the harvard men's season ending early after a vulgar tradition was exposed. >> sarah: breaking overnight, police investigating a deadly crash in waltham. a pedestrian killed while walking down a busy highway. >> kris: it's getting crowded in the granite state. presidential campaigns crisscrossing each other in new
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>> sarah: new this morning, a special honor for the doctors credited with saving the lives of two boston police officers who were shot on the job. >> this is 7news "today in new england." ism good friday morning, everybody. welcome. we made it. i'm sarah french. >> kris: and you're smiling extra bryant. >> sarah: because it's friday. >> kris: i'm kris anderson. we want to check in with chris lambert with a peek of the weekend forecast because it's here. we hopefully can get out and >> chris: a lot of smiles on a friday, especially when the weekend forecast works out overall. not as mild as the last couple days. cooler weather working in from the north and west, but you can see there is no brutal cold by early november. so we do expect seasonably cool weather throughout the afternoon. where does that put us? mid-50s this afternoon. the breeze picking up a little bit, as well. once in a while gusting 20 to 25mph. so we'll have that breeze at times through the day. then that wind subsides overnight tonight.

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